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Fallahi, C. R. 1. F. ccsu. ed., Levine, L. E. 1. levinel@mail. ccsu. ed., Nicoll-Senft, J. M. 2. nicoll-senftj@ccsu. ed., Tessier, J. T. 3. tessiejt@delhi. ed., Watson, C. L. 4. watsonc@ccsu. ed., & Wood, R. M. 1. woodre@ccsu. ed. (2009). Using Fink’s integrated course design: How a book changed our students’ learning, our university, and ourselves. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, 2009(119), 43–52.
Miners, L. miners@mail. fairfield. ed.; NANTZ, K. nantz@mail. fairfield. ed. More significant and intentional learning in the economics classroom. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, [s. l.], v. 2009, n. 119, p. 25–33, 2009.
Piskurich, G. M., Beckschi, P., & Hall, B. (Eds.) (2000). Instructional Systems Design: A Little Bit of ADDIEtude, Please. The ASTD handbook of training design and delivery: A comprehensive guide to creating and delivering training programs—Instructor-led, computer-based, or self-directed (28-41). New York, NY: McGraw Hill.
Rose, M. mrose@fairfield. ed., & Torosyan, R. rtorosyan@fairfield. ed. (2009). Integrating big questions with real-world applications: Gradual redesign in philosophy and art history. New Directions for Teaching & Learning, 2009(119), 61–70.
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